COVID-19 changes structure of AP tests

COVID-19 changes structure of AP tests

by Ella Norton, Editor-in-Chief

April 22, 2020

Advanced Placement tests will have many changes this year, causing some students to worry about how these new tests will go.

Getting to know the 2020 candidates

Photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore through Wikimedia

by Iris Roddy, Writer

March 6, 2020

A guide to who’s running for the 2020 presidential nominations.

Students attend winter sports pep rally

Spirit Club members dance during the pep rally Feb. 19. The pep rally featured a video and dance from Spirit Club, as well as a performance from the dance team. photo by Carmon Baker

by Carmon Baker, Web Editor

February 22, 2020

The pep rally was held Feb. 19 in the gym and featured dance performances from Spirit Club and the dance team.

New staff 2020-2021

February 21, 2020

A massive congratulations to the students listed below who will join the Dart, Dart News Online and Teresian publications staffs during the next academic year. The Dart New Staff Members:  Class of 2023: Brooklyn Brizendine, Ellie Buttell, Mara Callahan, Lucy Doerflinger, Kyra Fieger and Caroline...

Technology upgraded: STA implements new computers

Students transitioned from Microsoft Surface Pros to the new Dell computers during January and February of 2020. graphic by Lilly Frisch.

by Carmon Baker, Web Editor

February 7, 2020

All STA students will be receiving new laptops in January and February.

Hispanic Honor Society celebrates el Entierro de la Sardina

Senior Ava Lee watches a video about el Entierro de la Sardina. The Hispanic Honor Society watched two informational clips during their meeting. photo by Mary Massman

by Sophia Durone, Features Editor

January 28, 2020

The Hispanic Honor Society learned about a Spanish tradition, "el Entierro de la Sardina."

Students attend March for Life

Students attend the annual March for Life Jan. 23. photo courtesy of Andrea Arredondo

by Anna Ronan, Design Editor

January 27, 2020

Director of campus ministry Andrea Arredondo traveled with the group to Washington, D.C.

Zero Fare becomes a reality for Kansas City

by Sydney Waldron, Snapchat and Facebook Editor

December 12, 2019

Kansas City will be one of 27 cities in the nation to have free bus fare.

Change in interim week offer unique opportunities

Graphic by Claudia Benge.

by Ella Norton, Editor-in-Chief

December 2, 2019

STA will host a second interim week with new classes.

Climate activists demand change

Protesters march at the Global Climate Strike Sept. 20. The march started at James A Theis Park and ended at the UMKC campus. photo by Anna Ronan

by Faith Andrews-O'Neal, Opinion Editor

November 18, 2019

Senior Kailee Ford and other community members strike to draw attention to climate issues.

Advisories celebrate annual pumpkin carving

Senior Cece Wacht and senior Lauren Scofield work together to carve a pumpkin Oct. 31. Scofield and Wacht are members of the Perry advisory. photo by Becca Speier

by Rebecca Speier, Photo Editor and Writer

November 1, 2019

This year, the pumpkin carving theme was Disney villains.

Hispanic Honors Society hosts clothing drive

A collection bin for the Hispanic Honor Society clothing drive sits in a Spanish classroom Oct. 7. The donations from the drive will be donated to Amethyst Place. photo by Carmon Baker

by Carmon Baker, Web Editor

October 9, 2019

The drive will be held Oct. 7-11 and the items donated will be given to Amethyst Place.